This is just a wild thing to see happen. Hope everything is okay with Antonio Brown. This is a clip from The Pat McAfee Show live from Noon-3PM EST Mon-Fri.



The story behind Antonio Brown’s bizarre exit from Sunday’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers game keeps getting weirder. According to a new report, an injury may have prompted the entire incident. The wide receiver made a grand departure during the second half of the Bucs’ road win against the New York Jets, dramatically stripping off his gear and throwing his undershirt into the crowd before waving, jumping around in the end zone, and then hitting the locker room. From there he reportedly left the stadium and was not welcome to fly back with the team to Tampa. Head coach Bruce Arians said after the game that Brown’s time with the Buccaneers was over. Arians reportedly told Jay Glazer that Brown had refused to return to the game in the second half when he was told to. But according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Brown felt he was too injured to return to the game at that point. He’d missed several weeks with an ankle injury — which happened to almost exactly coincide with his fake vaccine card suspension — and had been limited leading up to Week 17 after tweaking it in practice.